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Over the past weeks SECOR has seen the number of people they serve grow exponentially. They anticipate these numbers to continue the weeks ahead. Food and monetary donations are needed. Click this link to find out their specific requests, www.secorcares.com/coronavirus-information.
Parker Task Force
The Parker Task Force has been hit hard by the current needs of the community, They will continue to accept food donations on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Go to www.parkertaskforce.org for a list of needs.
Parker Adventist Hospital
Parker Adventist is requesting to have healthy snacks for their employees during their long shifts. If you would like to donate, please bring these to the church and we will deliver them. There is an enclosed bin outside on the east side of church between the student center and office to place your items.
The Mission Committee:
- Maintains contact with supported individuals and ministries
- Prays for supported individuals and ministries
- Provides input to Session and staff regarding missional concepts and their implementation
- Supports short-term mission activities
- Provides feedback to the congregation regarding PEPC mission activities
- Generally is tasked with administration and allocation of the PEPC Missions budget
Using this overarching biblical model of Acts 1:8, the Mission Committee initially defined the geographical regions that represent Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and the ends of the earth. Then, the Committee intentionally identified individuals and ministries that are active within these regions. After extensive research, interviews with missionaries and clarification of their roles in the mission field, a supportive relationship was proposed with our supported missionaries and ministries. Documents were drawn up defining the relationship with the missionary or ministry, including the amount and duration of support and the specific nature of their outreach. The Mission Committee has established and continues to pursue personal relationships with each of the missionaries that PEPC supports.
In addition, the Mission Committee will continue to support, organize and provide resources for adult and student mission trips. These trips have been of both long and short term duration, have involved church planting, medical outreach, building physical resources and providing clean water.
For more information on missions at PEPC, please email our Mission Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are the missionaries PEPC proudly sponsors:
Our Jerusalem is within Douglas County – close to PEPC
The Parker Task Force (PTF) for Human Services is a non-profit organization formed in 1987 to assist residents of Parker, Franktown and Elizabeth, who are in need of short-term assistance. The organization was formed originally to be 100% volunteer and remains so today. PTF is operated totally by unpaid dedicated volunteers at every level. PTF has a very low operating cost because PTF pays no rent, utilities, maintenance, salaries, or benefits.
19105 Longs Way
Parker, CO 80134
D.C. Oakes High School
D.C. Oakes High School meets the needs of over 130 students each quarter who are looking for an alternative path toward achieving a high school diploma. Founded in 1987, D.C. Oakes is a high school dedicated to providing an instructional, community atmosphere with a focus on personalized instruction (12 students per class). It has been a tremendous privilege to be a part of D.C. Oakes’ mission for over ten years.
961 S. Plum Creek Blvd
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Our Judea is Denver and other surrounding cities in Colorado
Denver Rescue Mission
The Denver Rescue Mission’s chief goal is to meet people at their physical and spiritual points of need in the name of Jesus. They accomplish this in unique ways through various programs and outreaches.
A rural rehabilitation facility for men, located in Wellington, Colorado. Sixty men reside on the 209-acre working farm, which features a comprehensive long-term rehabilitation program including on-site education and work training. The farm also offers Client Services, a youth camp, and corn maze.
Family Rescue Ministry
The Family Rescue Ministry is designed to help provide permanent housing for homeless, working families. The program serves single parents and legally married couples who are either working, receiving permanent disability, or are refugees, and have at least one child under the age of 18 living with them, and who are free from drug and alcohol addictions.
The Denver Rescue Mission is located at:
3501 East 46th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
Our Samaria is the adjacent countries to the USA border, as well as easily accessible countries such as Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
PEPC strives to continually help these countries in various missions trips for students and adults annually.
Our Ends of the Earth are are organizations we support in far away countries.
The mission of the Petros Network is to transform the world through redemptive church plants and care for the desperately poor in Ethiopia, South Sudan, and Uganda. Their goal is plant 10,000 churches by the year 2020, to preach the gospel to 10,000,000 people and to add 1,000,000 converts to the church.
Local Petros Network Contact
Petros Network Contact
Pastor Ray & Linda Noah
Telephone: (503) 245-7735
These are the missionaries that PEPC proudly supports:
Randy and Dani Davis
Sending Organization: SIM
Location: La Paz, Bolivia
Mission Field: Kids at Risk (especially among shoe shiners), social justice, evangelism, church planting.
Pastor Ki-won Chun
Sending Organization: Durihana
Location: South Korea, China (sensitive), Thailand, USA
Mission Field: Smuggles North Korean refugees hiding in China to freedom; educates orphaned children of N. Korean parents; social justice and evangelism.
John Duncan, Foundation for the Nations
Sending Organization: Youth for Christ International
Location: N. Ireland with projects throughout the world
Mission Field: Raising money through the Foundation for grants to be distributed to approved Youth for Christ special projects around the world.
Ali Fraze-Tapia and Ramiro Tapia
Sending Organization: Word Made Flesh
Location: El Alto, Bolivia
Mission Field: Help women and children affected by prostitution and/or sex trafficking and provide job training through Suti Sana; social justice and evangelism.
Sara Gutierrez Reyes
Sending Organization: Pilar of Hope
Location: Reynosa, Mexico
Mission Field: Director of Orphanage Pilar de Esperanza – helps at risk kids in the community: education, evangelism, job training.
Randy and Martha
Sending Organization: Frontiers through EPC World Outreach
Location: Sensitive area of Southeast Asia
Mission Field: Involved in training national believers to mobilize evangelism, prayer groups, and mentoring of national believers in practical application of outreach skills and church planting.
Peter and Nancy Halder
Sending Organization: Youth First Concern, affiliated with Youth for Christ
Location: Asia (sensitive area)
Mission field: 6 children’s homes, pre-school, drug and HIV prevention programs, music and sports programs, family rehab center, family counseling, goodwill ambassador training program, guardian awareness program encouraged by Prime Minister, gypsy community ministry and farm programs: fisheries, chicken and cattle farm, and vegetable gardening.
Sending Organization: Younglife
Location: Parker area
Mission field: Youth at risk, evangelism, connecting youth with good role models and youth camps.
M. and L. Ibragimov
Sending Organization: CRU
Location: Central Asia (sensitive area)
Mission field: Evangelism, church planting, reaching and discipling college students, training student volunteers, planning and carrying out student conferences.
Setan and Randa Lee – Directors of Transformasia
Setan and Randa are founders and directors of Transformasia. Both were prisoners of the Pol Pot regimen during the Killing Fields of 1975-79. They live part time in Aurora, Colorado and rotate their time in Colorado and SE Asia.
Mission field: 5 centers including orphanages, church planting, children at risk “Joy” Day Care Center”, rice distribution feeding center, healthcare center and job training.
John and Carlene McCurry
Sending Organization: EPC World Outreach
Location: South Asia (sensitive area)
Mission field: Developing ministry through maritime business opportunities and guiding a team of church planters.
Ray and Linda Noah – (Petros Network board member Doug Boone PEPC)
Ethiopia, Sudan (sensitive areas)
Sending Organizations: Portland Christian Church, Southeast Christian Church, Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Mission field: Church planting with indigenous pastors.
Sending Organization: CRU
Western part of central Asia (sensitive area)
Mission field: Serves as a rare female director on a university campus in an unreached population with very few believers. Organizes conferences and plans opportunities for students to meet and grow in faith.
Nelson Paulino – Latin America Regional Director
Sending Organization: Vision Trust International
Location: Latin America
Mission field: Children at risk, evangelism, church planting, developing and overseeing Vision Trust programs and staff.
Sending Organization: Wycliffe Bible Translators
Location: Middle East (sensitive area)
Mission field: Helps produce audio scripts for teaching of major biblical characters. Teaches English classes under auspices of Wycliffe translators.
Sending Organization: Campus Life / Youth for Christ
Location: Denver, CO, area
Mission field: Evangelism and discipleship of youth in the Parker schools.
This is an ongoing option to raise funds for Missions. Help us raise funds by using re-loadable King Soopers cards! If you are not a part of this program already, you can join at any time. If you have questions, email Vicki@pepc.org.
Here is how the program works:
1. You need a King Soopers loyalty card; you can get one at King Soopers if you don’t have one. Go to http://www.kingsoopers.com
2. Once logged into your personal King Soopers account you can search for PEPC either by name or HB686 and then click enroll.
3. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a loyalty card.
This program will not affect your rewards at all. PEPC receives a benefit for every cent you spend there which goes towards the Missions Ministry (to include mission trips. local and abroad).